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  1. #221
    Ah Er Soup 阿2老火汤



    Ah Er Soup 阿2老火汤 at ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre.

    The humble stall serves up Chinese herbal soups, and started off by operating in food courts (at Jurong Leisure Complex Yuan Chin Road some years back).

    I have visited ABC Food Centre quite often, and there are many food gems within (roast pork, Hokkien mee, Western food, minced pork noodles, Penang prawn mee, xiao long bao… I can go on and on).

    While I always see at short queue of say about 5 pax at Ah Er Soup, it never really occurred to me it would get a Michelin guide recognition one day.

    The stall was established in 2012 by Mr Ma Pit San, serving traditional Chinese herbal soups at affordable prices.

    While the original version would have more extravagant ingredients such as shark fin, sea cucumber and scallops, Ah Er Soup’s take is still considered ‘luxe’ for its price, with inclusion of fish maw, abalone, and Chinese mushrooms.

    Perhaps because the weather was cooling, I thoroughly enjoyed the soup – flavoursome and rich, yet not cloying or intense.

    I also didn’t feel thirsty after drinking, and the stall has also indicated “No MSG”.

    Go early to avoid the long queue!This place is a hidden gem.Don't said never jio you. Do give them a try. Look damn good & damn delicious,salivia also drooling, gonna try...

    Don't miss it. We would like to invite all customers to give this place a try.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre #01-143, 6 Jalan Bukit Merah, Singapore 150006

    Operating Hours
    11am – 2pm, 5pm to 8pm (Mon – Fri, Sun). Closed on Sat

    Telephone
    nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch, dinner or takeaway

    Signature:
    Buddha Jumps Over The Wall ($6.50)
    Ten Tonic Ginseng Chicken Soup ($5.00)
    Herbal Ginseng Black Chicken Soup ($5.50)
    Gingko Pork Tripe Pepper Soup ($4.50)
    Lotus Root Peanut Pork Ribs Soup ($4.00)
    Old Cucumber Pork Rib Soup ($3.50)
    Watercress Pork Ribs Soup ($3.50
    ABC Chicken Soup ($3.50)

  2. #222
    Le Xiao Chu (楽小厨)



    Le Xiao Chu offers some of the best Chinese cuisines, serving a wide variety of palatable dishes which they carefully prepared using the most delicious and freshest ingredients that will surely satisfy your taste buds.

    Located along Balestier Road and just a few minutes away from Toa Payoh MRT Station, Le Xiao Chu provides a comfortable setting and a pleasant ambiance which makes it a great place to have a quality time together with your family or friends and have a happy eating

    Go early to avoid the long queue!This place is a hidden gem.Don't said never jio you. Do give them a try. Look damn good & damn delicious,salivia also drooling, gonna try...

    Don't miss it. We would like to invite all customers to give this place a try.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    457 BALESTIER ROAD, 329883

    Operating Hours
    Daily: 11:00 - 04:30

    Telephone
    +65 62653863

    AVERAGE PRICE: $8 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Children/Family, Dinner, Large Groups/Gathering

    Signature: Claypot Seafood Porridge, Chye Poh Tofu, Sichuan Potatoes, Mala Yabbies, Pork Trotters, Pepper Crabs

  3. #223
    DEPOT ROAD ZHEN SHAN MEI CLAYPOT LAKSA 徳普路真善美砂煲叻沙



    Singapore and its nearby region seems to have been hit by an unusually cold weather spell since the beginning of the new year.

    At a time like this, having a hot, steaming pot of claypot Laksa doesn't sound like a bad idea.

    I have always wanted to try Depot Road Zhen Shan Mei Claypot Laksa not because of its Bib Gourmand status but I am a sucker for claypot-anything.

    Go early to avoid the long queue!This place is a hidden gem.Don't said never jio you. Do give them a try.

    Look damn good & damn delicious,salivia also drooling, gonna try...

    It is self-service here whereby you queue up to place your order, make payment and collect your food. The Laksa here are available in three sizes at $4, $5 and $6. I joined the queue and decided to go for the medium-sized one.

    My eyes lit up the moment I saw the considerable size of the claypot but my happiness was short lived as I saw the contents inside is barely half the height of the receptacle.

    With the Laksa gravy still bubbling from the heat, I found myself a table and sat down to inspect my meal.

    Apart from the thick bee hoon (rice vermicelli), ingredients included two small prawns, a couple of tiny see-hum (cockles), some shredded chicken, fishcake, tau pok (tofu puff) and tau geh (beansprouts).

    The Laksa is quite shiok to have in this chilly weather since the claypot is able to retain the temperature of the food longer.

    I thoroughly enjoyed the slurpilicious thick bee hoon in the broth. I actually prefer to pick up a long strand of thick bee hoon with my chopsticks rather than have them cut shot and eaten with a spoon, as with the case of Katong Laksa.

    Another thing I liked about this Laksa is the tau pok which have absorbed the gravy like a sponge. You can literally feel the gravy gushing all over your tongue when you eat it.

    However, too much of a good thing may backfire instead. I find the coconut cream too heavy for me as I felt jelat after a few mouthfuls. I tend to finish my Laksa gravy but for this particular one, I could not.

    Also, I like my Laksa fiery spicy but, despite adding the sambal chilli provided, I still find the spiciness too mild for me.

    Don't miss it. We would like to invite all customers to give this place a try.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    Alexandra Village Food Centre
    120 Bukit Merah Lane 1
    #0-75
    Singapore 151120

    Operating Hours
    Mon - Sat: 9am - 4pm
    Closed: Sun

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $4 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Children/Family, Lunch

    Signature: Claypot laksa

  4. #224
    Chuan Kee Boneless Braised Duck



    Chuan Kee Boneless Braised Duck has no shortage of customers.

    I dropped by Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre on a weekday afternoon and there were still customers patronising the stall even though it was pretty late.

    Chuan Kee’s popularity clearly didn’t go unnoticed – the stall was awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand for the very first time in 2018!

    The stall might have just received this award, but they’re definitely not the new kid on the block.

    I struck up a conversation with the man who was serving me and he told that the stall has been open for more than 10 years!

    However, as I pried deeper and asked about the recipes for their dishes, he showed signs of reluctance.

    It would seem that Chuan Kee’s recipe is a well-kept secret! Chuan Kee’s menu is simple enough.

    The braised duck itself wasn’t as impressive though. Even though the meat was tender, it was definitely on the drier side.

    There were, however, some pieces that still had a layer of fatty skin, which helped immensely. Sweet and slightly herbaceous, the dark gravy also helped to moisten and flavour the duck meat tremendously. The chilli sauce on the side was also a great accompaniment to the dish. The chilli had a delightful acidic tang, as well as a strong hit of garlic.

    The soup, which had a strong herbal taste, but was not overly bitter, had just the right balance of saltiness and sweetness

    Chuan Kee Boneless Braised Duck’s steady stream of patrons is a testament to its popularity.

    Don’t go there expecting to gain an insight into their recipes though!

    Don't miss it. We would like to invite all customers to give this place a try.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    20 Ghim Moh Road, #01-04 Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre, Singapore 270020

    Operating Hours
    20 Ghim Moh Road, #01-04 Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre, Singapore 270020

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Children/Family, Lunch

    Signatureuck Rice ($3/$4/$5), Duck Noodles ($3/$4/$5), or Duck Porridge ($3/$4/$5)

  5. #225
    Hong Ji Claypot Bak Kut Teh



    I was first introduced to herbal bak kut teh when Rae brought me the Hong Ji Claypot Bak Kut Teh in Marsiling.

    Subsequently, I had Liang Kee, Soon Huat, Pao Xiang and many others, all selling herbal BKT.

    There is just this indescribable charm about this dish, especially during cold days. The Perfect Solution For Rainy Day.

    The special thing about this Bak Kut Teh is that it is the herbal type that is served in claypots instead of the peppery type commonly found here. It is herbal and flavoursome, with more than 10 herbs used such as dang gui and dang shen

    You might think that the soup would taste very herbal like a medicinal brew because a wide array of herbs are used. But the herbal flavour was actually quite mild as compared to other BKT brands like Pao Xiang. The soup was pleasing, savoury and tasted good with rice.

    The tender pork ribs are also cut into more manageable pieces, such that they are easier to eat. The soup also comes with other ingredients such as tau pok, mushroom and lettuce, which gives it a needed variety. We had the mixed bak kut teh which also has the intestines.

    Cooked and presented in a claypot, the herbal Bak Kut Teh here is perfect for a rainy day.

    Die Die also must try.Don't miss it.

    Go early to avoid long queue. We would like to invite all customers to give this place a try.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    Ang Mo Kio Ave 4, St 11, Blk 107 #01-38 Singapore 560107
    Opening Hours: 8:00am – 9:45pm

    Other Outlets:
    Marsiling Lane, Blk 19 #01-329
    Ang Mo Kio Industrial Park 3, Blk 6006
    Geylang Lor 21A, 205 Sims Ave
    Sin Ming Road, Blk 22, #01-210

    Operating Hours
    Open daily from 08:00am - 09:45pm

    Telephone
    +65 91912614

    AVERAGE PRICE: $7 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch, Dinner, Rainy Day

    Signatureig trotters, bak koo teh,braised intestine,Kidney Mee Sua

  6. #226
    Hong Kee Beef Noodle



    Hainanese Beef Noodles At Amoy Food Centre. Michelin Bib Gourmand.

    This stall was previously from Tanglin Koek Road, then moved to Cuppage Centre (I remember this – am I revealing my age?) to its current location at Amoy Street Food Centre.

    There was a moderately long queue, about 5 people in line, when I visited during opening hours at 11am.

    For this particular food centre, coming at peak hour lunch time could be ‘claustrophobic’ as many office workers around the CBD come here for cheap hawker food. Okay, too extreme a word, but you get my point.

    Taste wise, it could be milder than the average beef noodles at the food court, to the point that some might think that the gravy is bland. (We, meaning Singaporeans, generally prefer more flavours in food.)

    The overall combination was perhaps marred by the generic factory-made beef balls. I couldn’t ask for too much, could I?

    Die Die also must try.Don't miss it.

    Go early to avoid long queue. We would like to invite all customers to give this place a try.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    Amoy Street Food Centre #01-42, 7 Maxwell Road Singapore 069111 (Tanjong Pagar MRT Exit G)

    Operating Hours
    11am – 7:30pm (Mon – Fri), 9am – 2:30pm (Sat – Sun), Closed PH

    Telephone
    +65 91912614

    AVERAGE PRICE: $5 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch, Dinner,

    Signature: Beef Noodle

  7. #227
    Hong Heng Fried Sotong Prawn Mee



    This hawker stall located in the Tiong Bahru Food Centre specialises in the local specialty of fried sotong prawn mee, also know colloquially as Hokkien Mee.

    Its signature has been praised by Michelin Guide Inspectors as “cooked-to-order, the noodles stir-fried with sliced fish, squid and prawn and served with homemade chilli sauce is a favourite”.

    Despite being listed, the Hokkien Mee is still priced affordably at $3, $4 or $5, with a reasonable portion even for the lowest price.

    I usually get the $4 plate, and find the $5 version better for sharing.

    The Hokkien Mee is cooked to order in small batches (rather than some stalls which already pre-cooked halfway) and makes use of flavourful stock and fresh ingredients.

    3rd generation owner Manfred Lim will still take time to cook it quite traditionally in a wok, serve plate-by-plate, giving the noodles a slight charred flavour.

    However, those who are looking for Hokkien Mee full of wok hei may leave slightly disappointed. I would use “moderate” to describe the heat, wetness and flavours – it didn’t go over in those aspects.

    You can choose to add more of the sambal chilli, which had a sweetish twang.

    This is not my favourite, but still think this is a decent, worthy-to-queue (say 10 minutes) plate of Hokkien Mee. Perhaps expectations have been raised higher due to the Bib Gourmand.

    Be prepared to queue for some time especially during peak periods. They normally sell out before the stated closing time of 8pm, sometimes even by late lunch. So go early to avoid disappointment.

    Die Die also must try.Don't miss it.

    Go early to avoid long queue. We would like to invite all customers to give this place a try.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    30 Seng Poh Road, Tiong Bahru Market Singapore 168898, #02-01 (10 minute walk from Tiong Bahru MRT)

    Operating Hours
    11am – 8pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch and Dinner

    Signature:Fried Hokkien Sotong Mee

  8. #228
    Tai Wah Pork Noodles




    The Place There are a few Bak Chor Mee stalls in Singapore with the name Tai Wah or Da Hua and it can be confusing for the uninitiated, with the most famous being the One-Michelin starred Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle at Crawford Lane.

    The latest Michelin Guide Singapore 2018 also sees another new entrant to its Bib Gourmand list, Tai Wah Pork Noodle which is located at Hong Lim Market and Food Centre.

    The names are largely similar and that is because both owners are brothers who uses to run the stall back at the days when it was still at Marina Square, though these days both are in semi-retired mode and you could count yourself lucky if they happen to be preparing your noodles.

    My first thought is that the noodles spots similar flavours to the Hill Street version, where the vinegar flavour is unmistakable though this version is more toned down which some people may or many not fancy. I personally prefer the Hill Street’s noodles, which has a better texture as I find this a tad too tough.

    That said, there’s one item at the Hong Lim stall which is better – the soup. Packed with huge pork dumplings and pork meat balls, the soup is really flavourful and I enjoyed it till the last drop. The dumpling is so good, which a skin so thin it reminds me of Xiao Long Bao where the flavours burst in the mouth.

    Die Die also must try.Don't miss it.

    Go early to avoid long queue. We would like to invite all customers to give this place a try.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    531A Upper Cross Street
    #02-16 Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
    Singapore 051531

    Operating Hours
    7.30am to 7.30pm

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $5 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Breakfast, Lunch and dinner

    Signature:Mee Pok and Mee Kia

  9. #229
    Zai Shun Curry Fish Head



    Foodies in the West of Singapore already know where to get good Steamed Fish and Teochew Porridge, with Zai Shun Curry Fish Head popular and extremely busy during their lunch time hours.

    It does not just sell Curry Fish Head, and is ironically better known for its Steamed Fish, Zi Char fare, and Teochew Porridge.

    When I visited during the late morning, perhaps only a table or two were having a Curry Fish Head, but 90% of the entire coffeeshop had a plate of Steamed Fish on the table.

    The Cantonese style Steamed Fish include the catch of the day, Soo Mei Fish, Red Snapper Fish Head with Tau Cheo, and even the prized Empurau – known to be the “Forget Me Not” fish.

    @SgFoodonFoot and I shared a Steamed Red Garoupa, and turned out to be one of the best I ever had. This must be tastier than all the previous Steamed Fishes I had in all those wedding dinners.

    White fleshy meat that was soft yet firm, with mild flavour, sweet and extremely fresh.

    Even though the light soy based sauce was also appetising without the fishy smell, this was one of those times I liked to have the fish just on its own.

    The Assam Curry Fish Head had a spicy, tangy gravy that went well with rice, so much so that I almost drenched my bowl in it.

    The fish was also fresh-tasting, but didn’t seem to ‘gel’ overly well with the curry, and could have absorbed more of the flavours.



    Die Die also must try.Don't miss it.

    Go early to avoid long queue. We would like to invite all customers to give this place a try.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    253 Jurong East Street 24 #01-205, Singapore 600253

    Operating Hours
    7:00am – 3:00pm (Mon – Tues, Thurs – Sun), Closed Wed

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $5 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch

    Signature:Popular Steamed Fish, Teochew Porridge, Curry Fish Head, Prawn Paste Chicken, Braised Pig Trotters, Meat Patties with Salted Fish, Handmade Fish Cake

  10. #230
    Sin Kee Famous Cantonese Chicken



    After the owner of Sin Kee famous chicken rice at Margaret Drive Food Centre passed on, his two sons Niven and Benson opened “Uncle Chicken” in Alexandra Village Food Centre and “Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice” in Mei Ling Food Centre respectively.

    The brothers eventually shut down their stalls and last year, Benson went to work for Niven at Uncle Chicken Rice in The Bedok Marketplace.

    About a month ago, Benson is back on his feet and re-opened “Sin Kee Famous Chicken Rice” at Holland Drive with his young partner. We braved the storm that day just to visit Benson, as well as to try the chicken rice.

    Benson was in a uplift mood that day, talking and laughing as he chopped our chicken rice. It’s quite a rare sight for me.

    Nothing much changes, Benson still chopes the chicken in huge chunks.

    His movements are still clean and brisk, each piece of meat is tender and smooth in the mouth. He will leave the leftover bones from the chicken to prepare that soup, which is used to poach chickens and rice.

    To be honest, the slightly aromatic rice is not how I like my chicken rice to be. I prefer the flavours to be more intense and oily but that’s my preference. For my husband who prefers something lighter in texture, this definitely works for him. The chilli is spicy and tangy done right with vinegar and lime, just the way we like it. While Niven’s ginger dip is more thick and strong, Benson’s version is more wet which is cooked using both old and young ginger.

    Die Die also must try.Don't miss it.

    Go early to avoid long queue. We would like to invite all customers to give this place a try.

    Drop in today! Highly recommended!

    Address
    Blk 40 Holland Drive, Singapore 270040

    Operating Hours
    11am to 8pm, closed every Monday

    Telephone
    Nil

    AVERAGE PRICE: $3 onwards

    SUITABLE FOR: Lunch and dinner

    Signature:White steam chicken rice

 

 

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